Surgical procedure in which both hips are replaced with prosthetic joints during a single surgery.
A condition that occurs when age-related spinal changes lead to compression of the nerves in the back.
Kneecap (patella) instability is a condition that causes the kneecap to shift, usually because of injury. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Avascular necrosis of the hip is a condition in which the blood supply within the hip bone is disrupted, leading to the death of bone tissue.
A term for pain that begins in the lower back or the buttocks and radiates down one leg due to compression of the sciatic nerve
A tear resulting from acute injury to or degeneration of meniscus.
Damage to articular cartilage at the ends of bones in joints like the knee, elbow, ankle, and hip.
A herniated disk is a rupture to one of the rubbery discs located between vertebrae on the spine. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Rotator cuff injuries include inflammation, tendinosis, partial and full-thickness tears, rotator cuff arthropathy, and shoulder impingement.
A total hip replacement via a direct anterior approach is a minimally invasive surgery to replace a damaged hip while avoiding nearby muscles and tendons. Learn about this procedure.